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United Way funding process starts Monday, Feb. 3
Saturday, February 1, 2014 8:15 AM
The United Way of Huntington County's Community Impact Funding Process will open Monday, Feb. 3.
Organizations working in the areas of Education, Financial Stability, Health and Wellness or Crisis Needs are welcome to apply.
The process begins with the Community Impact Letter of Intent, which is due Wednesday, Feb. 12. Upon approval of the Letter of Intent, Community Impact applications are then to be submitted by Friday, March 14.
"We are pleased each year to partner with strong organizations who are actively working to impact the lives of many Huntington County residents," says Megan Bobay, United Way 2014 board president.
Jeremy Nix, United Way board vice president, adds, "The Community Impact Funding Process has allowed for the United Way to ensure its investment improves the quality of life in our community, now and for future generations. The four Impact Areas of Education, Financial Stability, Health and Wellness and Crisis Needs allow the United Way to help people in unexpected situations now and equip them to lead fulfilling, stable, healthy lives in the future."
Organizations interested in applying should visit www.unitedwayhuntingtoncounty.org. Click on the "Our Work" tab for the Community Impact Applications option.